Heat and Energy Recovery Ventilators Systems
As one of the heat and energy recovery ventilator manufacturers & suppliers, we found that people have increasingly higher requirements for indoor air quality and comfort.
To meet this demand, the constant airflow regulator in heat and energy recovery ventilator came into being. As an innovative technology, it brings comprehensive fresh air solutions to home and office environments.
This article will introduce the features and advantages of the constant airflow regulator in the ventilation system, as well as the comfortable life experience it brings to users.
What Technology is Used in Constant Airflow Regulators?
The constant airflow regulators of the heat and energy recovery ventilator systems adopt advanced Smart Adapt Airflow Regulator Technology.
This advanced technology intelligently adjusts the fresh air volume based on real-time indoor air quality and occupancy levels.
For example, during busy office hours from 9 AM to 5 PM, the regulator automatically increases fresh air flow, reducing indoor CO2 concentrations from an average of 800 ppm to below 500 ppm.
This not only ensures optimal air quality but also enhances energy efficiency by 20%, as the system dynamically adjusts to actual needs, preventing energy wastage so that the indoor air quality is consistently at an optimal level.
Not only that, the airflow regulator can also be personalized according to user preferences. For instance, the air intake can be adjusted independently, providing a customized comfort experience for everyone.
What kind of design do Constant Airflow Regulators use in the market?
Dual-side adjustment dial design
The Aldes CAR3® constant airflow regulators feature a state-of-the-art design with industry-exclusive dual-side airflow adjustability and greater airflow ranges for various applications.
The CAR3 solely operates on duct pressure requires no external power supply or sensors, and will be rated for use in air temperatures ranging from -25°F to 140°F (-32°C to 60°C).
Each regulator features a dual-side adjustment dial to allow for changes in airflow set point while installed in either the supply or exhaust direction without removing the regulator from the duct.
Exinda's self-designed constant airflow regulators
At Exinda, we offer our users two common types of constant airflow regulators in the heat and energy recovery ventilator. The first type is installed at the end of the air supply, as shown in Picture 1.
The airflow regulators installed at the end of the air supply
The airflow can be adjusted by rotating the circular plate in the middle. The second type is located in the middle of the air duct and can be installed in the tool room to adjust the airflow more conveniently, like the picture 2.
The airflow installed in the tool room
The constant airflow regulator is enhanced with antimicrobial, anti-static, and flame-retardant additives for increased durability.
Not only can Exinda's self-designed constant airflow regulators adjust the air airflow according to the needs of the user, but more importantly, they can choose from multiple installation methods and make the adjustment method simpler.
The Ventilation system is an indispensable part of modern life. With its innovative technology and multi-functional design, it provides users with comprehensive solutions.
Whether it's for residential homes, commercial buildings, or industrial spaces, Exinda's constant airflow regulators ensure a consistent and healthy airflow, enhancing the overall comfort and well-being of the users.
Choose Exinda's heat and energy recovery ventilator systems and choose a comfortable and healthy lifestyle.
Exinda is an international manufacturer and supplier of air-to-water heat pumps, HRV & ERV ventilators with strong R&D strength and provides comprehensive energy-saving solutions for our 500+ clients from all over the world.
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